"They say I could be drafted in the first round, maybe even higher."  Craig "Ironhead" Heyward.

2019 NFL MOCK DRAFT

 

The Matriculator's top 50 Players in the 2017 Draft

THE MATRICULATOR'S TOP 40 PLAYERS IN THE 2016 DRAFT

THE MATRICULATOR'S TOP 40 PLAYERS IN THE 2015 DRAFT

 THE MATRICULATOR'S TOP 40 PLAYERS IN THE 2014 DRAFT

THE MATRICULATOR'S TOP 32 PLAYERS IN THE 2013 DRAFT

THE MATRICULATOR'S TOP 32 PLAYERS IN THE 2012 DRAFT

THE MATRICULATOR'S TOP 15 PLAYERS IN THE 2011 DRAFT

 

This Mock Draft is not intended to rank the players based on ability, but will take into account the yearly ineptitude of Daniel Snyder and The Bills Braintrust (yes, that’s an oxymoron) as well as the annual Oakland Raiders dart toss. We also give you the last five picks at the spot, starting with 2010, along with their draft grade. Click Here for Draft Grading Systempostions_05.png

1
  QB   Kyler Murray, Oklahoma   Arizona Cardinals
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The Cardinals' new (very young) coach is infatuated with Murray and it appears the Cardinals are going to admit a huge Josh Rosen mistake before we even truly know whether it was a mistake.  Arizona is the epicenter of the wild West come draft day.
2   WR
  D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss
  San Francisco 49ers
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The 49ers were unable to land OBJ and have Marquis Goodwin as their WR1.

3   DE   Nick Bosa, Ohio State   New York Jets
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 We aren't big fans of Bosa because like his brother and father before him, he may be more of a headache than his considerable talent is worth. 

4   DT
  Quinnen Williams, Alabama   Oakland Raiders
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 Gruden would be stoked if this guy falls to them.
5   DE   Josh Allen, Kentucky   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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 The Buccaneers have had exactly one elite edge rusher in their franchise's history, Simeon Rice.  It's time to find number two. 
6   QB
  Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
  New York Giants
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The Giants can't wait to escape the dying embers of Eli Manning's schizophrenic career.

7   DT
  Ed Oliver, Houston
  Jacksonville Jaguars
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The Jaguars hope Metcalf is here, but if not then they start to rebuild the d-line.
8   DE
  Montez Sweat, Miss St.    Detroit Lions
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With Ziggy Ansah likely gone, they get a like-for-like replacement. 

9   LB
  Devin White, LSU
  Buffalo Bills
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The Bills load up the front seven after taking LB Tremaine Edmunds in the first round in 2018.
10   QB
  Drew Lock, Missouri
  Denver Broncos
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Lock is the next in line for the Elway flop.

11   WR   Hakeem Butler, Iowa State   Cincinnati Bengals
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 John Ross has been a colossal bust and A.J. Green is starting to show his age. 
12   S
  Deionte Thompson, Alabama
  Green Bay Packers
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The Packers can't resist drafting a defensive back in the first round. 

13   OT
  Jonah Williams, Alabama
  Miami Dolphins
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The Fish are a floundering. Jonah is a whale.
14   OT   Andre Dillard, Washington St.   Atlanta Falcons
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This would be a Falcons' wet dream which they would probably screw up.

15   OT
  Dalton Risner, Kansas State
  Washington Redskins
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Dan Snyder sucks no matter whom they draft.

16   CB   Greedy Williams, LSU
  Carolina Panthers
 

He has shut down potential and the Panthers are thin at corner.

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